This is my first time working with a rehabilitation therapy office. What does it take to be qualified as a rehabilitation professional?
Animal rehabilitation professionals are veterinarians or (human) physical therapists who complete a year or more of specialized training to become certified in rehabilitation therapy. Additionally, they must submit detailed case reports for review, and participate in a hands-on internship. At RMVR, our staff is led by Dr. Karyn Fein, a veterinarian with 20 years of general and emergency veterinarian experience plus training and certification in rehabilitation from the Canine Rehabilitation Institute. Our allied care professionals have also undergone supervised training and/or have earned certifications in their respective fields. Learn more about our team here.
Will you become our new veterinarian?
My pet is not good at the veterinarian’s office. Can I still bring her to RMVR?
What should I bring with me?
How much does rehabilitation therapy cost?
Our rates vary depending on where your pet receives care and who administers it (veterinarian, rehab specialist, physical therapist, veterinary technician). Generally, rates are tied to appointment length. Here are some typical charges:
- Initial evaluation and treatment ($170 – $250)
- Follow-up visit with veterinarian ($128 – $145)
- Physical therapist follow-up ($95 – $128)
- Rehab treatments with veterinary technician ($56 – $77)
Please ask about military and package discounts.
How many visits will my pet need?
Do you take pet insurance?
The American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians provides a list of covered services by selected insurance companies (updated July 2019). Please be sure to check your specific policy as we begin working together.